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Kim Jong Un: Supreme representative of all the Korean people? North Korean leader awarded himself a new title recently. But the view from Seoul is not that encouraging 'Peace, prosperity and reunification' Last week, Moon reaffirmed his reunification goals after his return from Washington where he held talks with US President Donald Trump to discuss progress on denuclearisation talks with North Korea following the failed Vietnam summit in February
China says Japan should seek cooperation, not competition BEIJING--China urged Japan on Monday to do more to follow through on its intention of seeking cooper There are major opportunities, and there are also sensitivities and weaknesses, China's foreign ministry cited Wang as saying While Japan is keen for closer economic ties with its biggest trading partner, it must manage that rapprochement without upsetting its key security ally, the United States Chinese President Xi Jinping is likely to visit Japan this year, as it is the host nation for the Group of 20 summit
Asia stocks hover below nine-month high after Wall Street stalls Asian stocks hovered below a nine-month high on Tuesday after disappointing bank... Spot gold was a shade lower at $1,286.21 an ounce and headed for its fourth straight days of losses [GOL/] Elsewhere in commodities, the recent rally in crude oil prices halted on the prospect of Russia and OPEC boosting production to fight for market share with the United States Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
Ecuador 'tried for a year to get rid of Diplomats began to broker a deal to move Assange, right, out of the Ecuadorian embassy more than a year ago, reports say. Ecuador's president, left, claims he violated his asylum terms. Ecuador tried for a year to get rid of Julian Assange and got the US to take the death penalty off the table as part of a deal, according to fresh reports 2010 March: U.S. authorities allege Assange engaged in a conspiracy to hack a classified U.S. government computer with former Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning
Runner Heroically Crawls Across Boston Marathon Finish Line — But Why He Ran Is Even More Inspiring Micah Herndon, of Ohio, ran the 26.22-mile race in honor of his three friends who died in 2010 after their vehicle was blown up in Afghanistan Get push notifications with news, features and more + Follow Following You'll get the latest updates on this topic in your browser notifications When he woke up, Herndon said he felt immense gratitude They went through much worse, so I run for them and their families
Oil extends losses into second session; Russia, OPEC output in focus Oil prices edged down on Tuesday after a Russian minister said the nation and OP... FILE PHOTO: An offshore oil rig is seen in the Caspian Sea near Baku, Azerbaijan, October 5, 2017 The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and its allies including Russia, known as OPEC+, will meet in June to decide whether to continue withholding supply Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
Trump’s Golan announcement is good for Israel and good for the United States President Trump’s recent announcement that the United States would “fully recognize Israel’s Sovereignty over the Golan Heights” is an acknowledgement of political reality that will strengthen the U.S.-Israel relationship, provide greater security and stability in the region and further cement support among the president’s evangelical base. Recognizing Israel’s sovereignty over this land is yet another bold policy step that sets the Trump administration apart. Today, Israel is a developed and stable democracy, anchoring the region and providing an example of liberty to those neighbors who desire freedom and its’ fruits Tony Perkins is president of the Washington-DC based Family Research Council and Yossi Dagan is Mayor of the Samaria Regional Council
Why does the Trump administration want to encourage even higher numbers of irregular migration? Cutting off U.S. assistance to Central America’s Northern Triangle countries to stem migration is an example of wrong-headed ideology driving policy off a cliff, with ruinous results for those countries and ours. How did U.S. foreign assistance contribute to those positive trends And why didn’t President Trump recognize the success, take credit for it and urge the other two countries to do more of the same Mark Schneider is senior adviser in the Americas Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)
Israel took out ‘Iranian missile site’ in Syria… or something like that An Israeli intelligence firm says it has evidence a recent airstrike in Syria destroyed an Iranian missile site – but isn’t quite sure if it really was a missile site, or whether it was actually operated by Iran. ImageSat Intl Israel has carried out scores of strikes on Syrian territory throughout the eight-year conflict in that country, claiming they are intended to deter Iran’s presence, as well as that of militia groups like Hezbollah, who both fight alongside the Syrian government
US unseals Assange affidavit, revealing probable cause for extradition & arrest for ‘conspiracy’ US prosecutors have unsealed an affidavit against Julian Assange that outlines their case against the WikiLeaks co-founder on a single count of “conspiracy to commit computer intrusion” that may or may not have succeeded. Brown can only speculate as to how the computer was eventually breached Osama bin Laden is also said to be a WikiLeaks fan, with letters found during the raid on his Abbottabad compound instructing an al-Qaeda member to gather the material leaked by Manning Trends: Julian Assange newsJulian Assange's arrest newsUS news
IRA victims' families furious as Shamima Begum to get legal aid despite them denied cash after 1982 Hyde Park bombing THE families of IRA victims who were denied cash after the 1982 Hyde Park bombing are furious Shamima Begum is set to get legal aid, it has been reported. They branded it an “outrage” the jihadi br… THE families of IRA victims who were denied cash after the 1982 Hyde Park bombing are furious Shamima Begum is set to get legal aid, it has been reported He told the BBC Radio 4 Today programme: On a personal level, it makes me very uncomfortable because she made a series of choices and she knew the choices she was making, so I think we made decisions about her future based on those choices
Grandmother of Sharrouf children recalls horrifying photo Karen Nettleton, 58, was living in Australia when her grandchildren were smuggled to Syria to live in the Islamic State in 2014. 'We've been wanting to come home for a very long time, but we were just scared,' she said He later softened his stance saying he would only help the children of extremists - not adults - return from the war zones and was working with international aid workers to repatriate them 'Well, I would say that we weren't the ones that chose to come here in the first place 'Just because their last name is Sharrouf doesn't mean they're monsters
Millionaire mother, 34, who abducted her two British daughters Anna Tigipko was supported in her legal battle by her father, former Ukrainian vice-prime minister Sergiy Tigipko. Her ex-husband, from London, is fighting for the children to be returned The court has heard how the businesswoman, who ran a Harley Street clinic, met her future husband in Vienna in 2010 He said he was satisfied of Mr Tigipko's 'deep complicity' in the affair In a statement, Miss Tigipko said: 'The children are happy and settled now in Ukraine and their needs are best catered for in Kiev.'
Cantonese Opera has a new star: Donald Trump A surreal new Hong Kong show tells the fictionalized story of Trump's search for his long-lost twin, putting a contemporary twist on a traditional art form. An inebriated Richard Nixon is fending off table tennis balls fired towards him by Chairman Mao When he gives speeches in front of big crowds, or whatever he does, he makes a lot of big movements, Loong says Dedicated theaters were later opened, some with more than a thousand seats
Julian Assange arrest caused ‘heavy number of CYBERATTACKS’ says Ecuador CYBERATTACKS on the Ecuadorian government doubled in the wake of WikiLeaks co-founder, Julian Assange’s arrest, officials said. Julian Assange news: Protestors come out in force (Image: GETTY) Following Mr Assange’s arrest, the Ecuadorian president said: We cannot allow our house, the house that opened its doors, to become a centre for spying They linked the pair to an attempt to gain access to a government computer as part of one of the largest compromises of classified information in US history